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Conversion from kilometers (km) to meters (m) and vice versa

Updated on by Stefan Banse

Here you can convert the length unit kilometer into the unit meter and vice versa meter to kilometer. By clicking on the "Swap units" symbol, you will always see the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e. km to m or m to km. You can also use the following calculator to calculate any other unit of length.

Information about "kilometers"

The unit kilometer belongs to the metric system and is derived from the base unit meter. 1 kilometer corresponds to 1,000 meters and 1 meter corresponds to 0.001 kilometers.

This unit belongs to the international system of units (SI).

In most parts of the world today, kilometer is the unit of measurement used to express distances between geographical locations in the country. The main exceptions are the United States and the United Kingdom, where the mile is used as a unit.

About "Meter"

The meter is the base unit for length in the International System of Units (SI) and in other metric systems.

All other units of length in the metric system are derived from the meter (e.g. 1 km = 1,000 m, 1 m = 1,000 mm).

In 1799, according to the measurements carried out at that time, the meter was defined as the ten millionth part of the distance from the North Pole to the equator. For this purpose, a so-called original meter was cast in platinum as a prototype. Since 1983, the meter has been defined as the distance that light travels in 1 / 299,792,458 of a second in a vacuum.

Basics for converting kilometers (km) to meters (m)

The abbreviation for the "unit of length kilometer" is km. The abbreviation for the "unit of length meter" is m.

Formula for converting kilometers (km) into meters (m)

The calculation from kilometers to meters is based on the following conversion formula:

Conversion formula kilometers to meters

Determine the number of meters from kilometers

Kilometers × 1000


Formula for converting meters (m) into kilometers (km)

The calculation from meter to kilometer is based on the following conversion formula:

Conversion formula from meters to kilometers

Determine the number of kilometers from meters

Meter × 0.001


Summary table: how many kilometers are how many meters?

Kilometers kmMeter m
0.01 km =>10 m
0.02 km =>20 m
0.03 km =>30 m
0.04 km =>40 m
0.05 km =>50 m
0.06 km =>60 m
0.07 km =>70 m
0.08 km =>80 m
0.09 km =>90 m
0.10 km =>100 m
0.20 km =>200 m
0.30 km =>300 m
0.40 km =>400 m
0.50 km =>500 m
0.60 km =>600 m
0.70 km =>700 m
0.80 km =>800 m
0.90 km =>900 m
1 km =>1,000 m
2 km =>2,000 m
3 km =>3,000 m
4 km =>4,000 m
5 km =>5,000 m
6 km =>6,000 m
7 km =>7,000 m
8 km =>8,000 m
9 km =>9,000 m
10 km =>10,000 m
20 km =>20,000 m
30 km =>30,000 m
40 km =>40,000 m
50 km =>50,000 m
60 km =>60,000 m
70 km =>70,000 m
80 km =>80,000 m
90 km =>90,000 m
100 km =>100,000 m
200 km =>200,000 m
300 km =>300,000 m
400 km =>400,000 m
500 km =>500,000 m
600 km =>600,000 m
700 km =>700,000 m
800 km =>800,000 m
900 km =>900,000 m
1,000 km =>1,000,000 m

Summary table: how many meters are how many kilometers?

Meter mKilometers km
0.01 m =>0.00001 km
0.02 m =>0.00002 km
0.03 m =>0.00003 km
0.04 m =>0.00004 km
0.05 m =>0.00005 km
0.06 m =>0.00006 km
0.07 m =>0.00007 km
0.08 m =>0.00008 km
0.09 m =>0.00009 km
0.10 m =>0.00010 km
0.20 m =>0.00020 km
0.30 m =>0.00030 km
0.40 m =>0.00040 km
0.50 m =>0.00050 km
0.60 m =>0.00060 km
0.70 m =>0.00070 km
0.80 m =>0.00080 km
0.90 m =>0.00090 km
1 m =>0.00100 km
2 m =>0.00200 km
3 m =>0.00300 km
4 m =>0.00400 km
5 m =>0.00500 km
6 m =>0.00600 km
7 m =>0.00700 km
8 m =>0.00800 km
9 m =>0.00900 km
10 m =>0.01000 km
20 m =>0.02000 km
30 m =>0.03000 km
40 m =>0.04000 km
50 m =>0.05000 km
60 m =>0.06000 km
70 m =>0.07000 km
80 m =>0.08000 km
90 m =>0.09000 km
100 m =>0.10000 km
200 m =>0.20000 km
300 m =>0.30000 km
400 m =>0.40000 km
500 m =>0.50000 km
600 m =>0.60000 km
700 m =>0.70000 km
800 m =>0.80000 km
900 m =>0.90000 km
1 000 m =>1 km

References

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Last update on April 14th, 2021

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